Obama urges voters to turn out to support Biden

Joe Biden received a little extra help Saturday from former US President Barack Obama and R&B icon Stevie Wonder when he tried to get Michigan voters to sign, seal and deliver their ballots. (Oct. 31)

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BARACK OBAMA: Hello, Detroit!

[APPLAUSE]

What's happening Motor City?

[APPLAUSE]

Three days, Detroit. Three days! Three days until the most important election of our lifetimes. And that includes mine, which was pretty important.

[LAUGHTER]

This Tuesday, everything is on the line. Our jobs are on the line. Health care is on the line. Whether we get this pandemic under control is on the line. And the good news is, on Tuesday you can choose change. You can elect Joe Biden. You can elect Kamala Harris. You can choose a better America.

He's got the character and experience to make us a better country. And he and Kamala, are going to be in the fight. Not for themselves, but for every single one of us.

[CHEERS]

And you know what? You can't say that about the president we got right now. He hasn't shown any interest in just doing the work. Or helping anybody but himself or his friends. Or treating the presidency as anything more than a reality show to give him the attention that he craves so desperately.